|Ms. Cathy Fetter, President||Mrs. Roni Banks, Counselor (A-G)|
|Mrs. Janet Eaton, Principal||Mrs. Mary Bodlovich, Counselor (H-O)|
|Mr. Kevie Mabie, Assoc. Principal||Mrs. Kim Jansen, Counselor (P-Z)|
|Mr. Jason Otte, Dean of Students|
|Mr. Jim Welby, Athletic Director|
|Father Bob Lane, Chaplain||HIGH SCHOOL CODE: 262-480|
St. Dominic is a St. Louis Archdiocesan High School which serves St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties. Our enrollment this year is approximately 674, which includes 176 seniors. We are fully accredited by AdvancEd, of which NCA-CASI is the parent organization. Built upon the foundation of its predecessor, Assumption High School, St. Dominic continues to provide an educational vision that began in 1929.
St. Dominic is a Catholic, college preparatory high school offering young men and women an education rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Living the Dominican tradition of prayer, study, community and service, we encourage life-long growth in faith, knowledge and leadership and involvement in the global community. (2010)
St. Dominic will be recognized as a premier Catholic high school in the St. Louis Archdiocese for academic and co-curricular excellence. Guided by Catholic teaching, students will become leaders in the local and global communities. (2010)
|Religion||4 credits||Fine Arts||1 credit|
|English||4 credits||Practical Arts||1 credit|
|Social Studies||3 credits||Physical Education/ Health||1 credit|
|Mathematics||3 credits||Electives||8 credits|
*A minimum of 28 credits are needed for graduation.
|GRADING SCALE||GRADE POINTS||HONORS||* HONORS|
|A = 93 - 100||A = 4.0||4.5||5.0|
|B = 86 - 92||B = 3.0||3.5||4.0|
|C = 77 - 85||C = 2.0||2.5||3.0|
|D = 70 - 76||D = 1.0||1.5||2.0|
|F = 0 - 69||F = 0||0||0|
Only those grades received at St. Dominic High School are used in computing the GPA and class rank. Classes taken in summer school or independent study are not included. All students are included in the class rank. Beginning with the class of 2015, there will no longer be any *Honor (or plus 1.0) weighted classes. The maximum weighting will be plus 0.5.
Honors Literature & Composition 1, Honors Literature & Composition 2, Honors Civics, Honors World History, Honors Spanish 2, Honors French 2, Honors Algebra 1, Honors Geometry/Trigonometry, Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Honors Pre-calculus, Honors Biology, Honors Chemistry, Honors Advanced Art (AP)
Honors American Literature & Composition 3(Introduction to Short Fiction & Introduction to Poetry-1818), Honors British Literature & Composition 4 (Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research & Literary Styles-1818), Film Studies (Introduction to Film-1818), Honors United States History (History of U.S. to 1865 and History of U.S. since 1865-EXCEL), Honors American Government (Federal Government-EXCEL), Honors Spanish 3 (Spanish 1-ACC), Honors Spanish 4 (Spanish 2-ACC), Honors French 3 (French 1-ACC), Honors French 4 (French 2-ACC)/AP, Honors Calculus (AP), Honors Physics (AP), Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology, Honors Accounting 2 (Principles of Financial Accounting 1-EXCEL)
1818: Students taking these courses may register with St. Louis University to earn college credit.
ACC: Students taking these courses may register with the University of Missouri St. Louis to earn college credit.
EXCEL: Students taking these courses may register with Missouri Baptist University to earn college credit.
AP: Advanced Placement-Students taking these courses may take the AP exam.
|Of last year's graduating class, 98% enrolled in college.||86%= 4 year schools|
|12%= 2 year schools|